PragerU Asks College Students “How Many Genders Are There?”
Imagine, if you will, two keys on a piano — one right next to the other. The sounds they make when struck are similar, but distinct. When the key of a piano is struck, inside the piano a hammer falls on a chord, and that chord makes a resonant tone.
In reality, there is a myriad of possible sounds that could conceivably exist between the two sounds made by those two cords. This is the basis of the thinking that animates those who say that gender is a spectrum, and it is not wrong, it is just foolish.
There is a reason why there are not a myriad of actual physical cords between the two in our illustration. The reason is that it would make the beautiful tones of the piano into a mishmash of indecipherable noise.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why there are only two genders — because if we mix up the two, they lose their beauteous function and harmony. They would, will, and have ceased to hold their resonant and complementary tones, and they would fall into dissonant, useless, insensate, and degenerate disharmony.
And so, once again, the intrepid man on the street must venture onto yet another college campus to ask questions of the students he finds, and try to keep from dropping his jaw as they say the darnedest things.
Here’s PragerU with more.
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